Standard Chartered appoints Sarabjit Anand as CTOO

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Mumbai: Standard Chartered Bank announced the appointment of Sarabjit Anand as the Chief Technology and Operations Officer (CTOO). Also, the bank appointed SV Shivshanker as the Head of Human Resources, for India and South Asia effective January 2023.

Sarabjit Anand joined Standard Chartered Bank in 1991 in India, later moving to Hong Kong. He was most recently the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Singapore and ASEAN markets.

He has been working in Singapore since 2015 and was instrumental in strategising and advocating the overall digital journey of the bank in Singapore and the ASEAN cluster. Anand has held various roles in technology and played a key part in the launch of the digital bank “Trust” in Singapore.

SV Shivshanker has been with the bank since 1994 and brings over 28 years of HR experience in various leadership roles at a country, region and global level covering business partnering, talent and learning.

He has built a strong business acumen over the years and worked in cross-cultural environments within India, the Middle East, and Singapore. In his most recent role, Shivshanker was the Global Head of HR Operations & Global People Services at Standard Chartered Global Business Services.

He led and delivered effective transformation practices through organisation design, service delivery modernisation and by driving impactful metric-driven process simplifications.
 
“Sarabjit Anand and SV Shivshanker are two strong additions to the Bank’s leadership team, and their presence will provide an impetus to our growth strategy,” said Zarin Daruwala, Cluster CEO, India and South Asia markets (Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka), Standard Chartered Bank.

“Both bring with them a rich experience across cultures and geographies within the Standard Chartered network that will be invaluable as we continue o consolidate our position in the market,” commented Daruwala.

Standard Chartered plc is a multinational bank with operations in consumer, corporate and institutional banking, and treasury services. Despite being headquartered in the United Kingdom.

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